WASHINGTON (WUSA9) — The McDonald’s All-American Games, which highlight the best of the best in high school basketball, tip off at the United Center in Chicago on Wednesday.
The rosters feature talent local to the D.C. area. The head coach of the boys’ East Team is Bullis’ Bruce Kelley. C.H. Flowers forward De’Janae Boykin and Annapolis Area Chirstian School guard Taylor Murray made the girls’ East Team.
The showcase event will also feature three University of Maryland commits.
Diamond Stone, a center from Dominican High School in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, is on the East Team. Stone recently announced he’ll be playing for Mark Turgeon.
I Am Committing To The University Of Maryland🐢⚫️🔴 #Terps
— All Eyes On Me (@Diamond_Stone33) March 28, 2015
Head Coach of the Maryland Women’s program, Brenda Frese, will get a break from Final Four prep to see her recruits — forward Brianna Fraser from South Shore Victory Collegiate in Brooklyn, New York and forward Kiah Gillespie of The Capital Preparatory Magnet School in Hartford, Connecticut — hit the court in the girls’ All-American Game.
Our future Terps are enjoying their experience at the McDonald's All American games. So proud of… https://t.co/plBaY9G4IO
— Brenda Frese (@BrendaFrese) April 1, 2015
Blessed 🙏 pic.twitter.com/kjitqoJGOB
— 2k Ki (@Kiah15Gillespie) April 1, 2015
Click here to check out the complete rosters. The girls’ game will air at 6:30 p.m. on ESPNU and the boys’ game will air on ESPN at 9 p.m.
USA Today High School Sports’ Jason Jordan (@JayJayUSAToday) highlights some of the top talent to watch.